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Dear Editor: ,'„,,, 

^vS^^l^ ^r<Fmid ; ^una^ Adverser ^ 

tliejr: plan to publish, jri newspaper Chapter Jorrri;* thabgreat 1 

pnitier og Qomrhumsm,,; Rasters' /of Deceit/* % X 'E3gar> 

iHioTO*. ShcVBirector of tte-?ed^l1Su^u4f.ii^gsagati% 

? , Noting that |he series Jbegiris pri- April the 13^ I bezHo 

.^pth all good: wishes, I am^ s ' , . 

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\ : We r esponded iijyith thjs: £ Always thought l**ha&"a large ego, 
rboraSr^ilame here tonight. ...The 7 fact. is, that, the sup*tsSff&e*hg< 
divided the' %drld- into' <Saihts; and "Shiners, but it took" the supreme* 
; egp of somebody ^xpund 'here 1 to form them into a -cliuu. .irlrst, I 
^^tdthan&^puiidl.Jbr ihvitihl* me^hete tonight* Second, I would, 
like, to complimeht^you <bri the choice of your £uest of hohpr^ of • 
whorii I am* ver$r iori&Au Walter and Wincnelt (as nearly everyone! 
3tnbWs)Vha^ ; ^ *, - r | 

< . Ahdrejy Mellon CSee!y of \the TJ; '& l*riasury,ih the 20's)/always! 

.slapped dpy/B^eqple -by ^ehtidhihg;m^ule4iumber^^ .When asked 

what it Was, Mr: ,^eilbn replied: 'Ddhlt take yourself itooseribusly**! 

- Srbhivm^ childho'6^ '^heh i went' to settoof with George Jessel 

iand- Ja^ .^ I violated -that iule.:I tboK| 



._, „ Evening Journai-^andiit subway 

I jpeddled the> SaturdaKEyishin^^psi.^:,^e only ihirig: ih;my "-corner 

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:have ■ ^developed ds?ehtifely 4tt£\*tc^the -cold iron an4: ^steetah that ^ 

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I i ihave' seen aiidhiet the .high and 1 the low, tile mighty arid- the 

]fallerii And-I might add^that ; this Is* §he of the JeW iimesVI iiftd! 

j that I; am the fall &iiy. f . .However* it is' hot only =a great privilege, 

I but perhapsU g^eat advah^age. to be the Jail guy 6f yPUgaihfs and 

f.Sinhers.V.1 mean> that >6h. the judgment day when St Peter "breaks 

up 4n1s very proud brganl^atioh^iritb; its constituent members* 

| Csoriie to gp^tb Heaven and some to hades) I am going to. respect- 

ffully-;request St. Pete tout of my J3eep affection Jfor all, 6t ydu) v far 

fcbver both storiesvi .And vfi that fatefulrday r if ■character witnesses 

fare hefeded, Ish&f cheer* ully steplibrfeatd.ahd ;4eil tbhighVsiiiaster 

jbf ceremonies .(whoso, thoroughly ^ Reviewed; ( ihy life) -Jo io^tohelL 

| flanks, again, f or the- fun* the^laughs;. the tear*in-the-throai 

(ana the mercy. , ■_ . ^ \[_ _ ' • v 

I '. Xoye^tters:; ^Beverly IHUs; £alif>^ Dear Waited: !The newsreel 
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f Bqard^. . ^"Bear Walter^ Marik ybti vefey much ibr ybur great, 

Irepbrlihg^ ^rbur enthusiasm and cooperation last Saturday oh the 
liana Turner story, . Edw ard JJiafkel; Cit y^ Editor, N- X. Mrta*. 9 ' 
From itite JL.^ Herald JExpress: *'I«aiia Turner Has Bodyguard* 
^ears j Repris als ^oittf<JSahg t sters" M^mo to all fou^H ''tv&BJCo™* ■ 
t^Coasimrftere "are tougjier gnys oil newspapers. JEhd ^udies.. 




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I* „ Beferflhg , to, tKeV recent) 
. hews ,4iem> iti which Sfecre- 
; hty bfSstate DUlles : ji^tified f j 
; aiq to 'Communist \cbuhtries,,,; 
I it w/ould .seehi his cdnclusidri^ 
i thai Yugoslavia *'is still;, iri- . 
tdepi^dent of .Moscow^ is not J 
Va ^tisffectoryreaso^tor ai3-*| 
jihg Communists, "who deny » 
(that *&an ' *hag\ maiietiabTe j| 
(rights , that come \f rbin our ' 
f Creator;. 1% -_ ■ " ^V * : >^' 

ling to ^convince tfie 1 wbrld] 
[thai we; /believe in the &&*' 
rxdiy : 6f .the human -person- 
land yet we .support, tyrants' 
fwhb brutally- suppress^ free- 
fdom. . . ' t '\ ' . ' 

After T -reading* J: ■ *Edgar. 
Hbbverfs feook.O^M asters^olj , 
Dgceifl'LA t- Js IncreHpethaF) 
tose with a knowledge bf i 
atheistic communism and a.i 
love for their fellbwmten 
»w«uld> *waht to cohtribuj 
ifli ahcial^ :aid., to thf, xrifcl 
;m ister^of debeifc ~ , 

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- I ; would like* to! Srise* anj 
speak firnily in .George Sokqt 
sky's defense, ln'atiswerjtatlic 
very jarejuditfed Match ;30> let- 
' tei of 4L jSpfcisb^ "Slant; 
ing by sSk^kyf r ■„,/ , 
/ The 'comments of Weisher^ 
4n, X j£d£ar Hoover^;, -book! 
^feriJajDS^ii; reveal; >faj 
morT^boUt* Wei'sberg ihari 
tthejr db 'about J.. Edgar Hop] 
:ver.. TMs Nonsense* h #spite 
the f act .ebhgressnl^b; WU3M 
, Has watiied, that ^Cpmmunisjj 
* traitors and hidden enemies 
| :are -greatiy :on .the. increase! 
V aho^thafr &lefcahder-0rTpv 3 ;for3 
\ mer, *?KV~D a&emV has^stated 
r categorically that 18, -Soviets 
; espionage rings' aire* b£ef atingj 
\ at this InomenVin the United' 
i States of America; > , < 
t iix :del ending- the, fantastically | 
r biased review o| Hoovers book! 
\ inwftew york;Tiwcs : by JdHri-i 
fB.-Ciakes, Weinberg makes a 
great point over 'the 'f act /that] 
Oakes. said: VNot all- of r .his) 
(Hoover*s)- 170 1 million- fellow- 
Americans" , .Will accept Hoc- 
vet's- view of the present dan-] 
ger.of comniunisnt v>ithih v puH 
gates. Of course* there are at" 
'least* phe mUliPh Americans] 
who vpill probaBly hot iccept: 
jHobver's facts. OSfot because 
fthe -facts are any less true. 
> SBut because that million sc~' 
called; Americanf „ Represent 
the hard core- of Communist 
duplicity^ a^conspfcacy 'here 
-4the - ' million CommiihistS, 
traitors ^aM? dupes (or4ppes>; 
f Wli6 ,afe , tp> Sumb to> ti&der- * 
stand .that! they are walking, 
asm in arm" with ;the most 
vicipus^ enenly ^Amefcicaii freer 
dorii has everVkhowh. ^ 

It 1s\.Welsber,g yihb iff £Uiltr { 
Of Addled", and ^uhsahi- 
tary'^ thinking hoi yjotir .very 
feble and/very meltable f cPlUM- 
* Rust*. George^Solcolgky! 

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, Attorney for the DaihhcarC.Pari:9W,ed. by Wcinbcrgj, 



Peter I'rettclicn's Book of ihe Scvcn-Scas 



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WE-J. K. p,U. Pro^rfdnc^Tiie 1?o6k Shop. floe«oiter-&ratttotnV 

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represent c6nsecut$*e Uieeki and do ^/ 
t*dttate«>eek4<>-week ihijison fcechir 




Fiction 



. Anatomy of a Murder, Tratie* 
The WihtSbrop Womatt; Sctp n 
By love Po&cssed. Cozzens 



IUllyJ|oand the Pjagy Bpykl Shu tmah 
;Nbrth From Koines Machines 



The White ^Fitch. Goudge 



3! 3 3 



Time and the Hour. £fr-*flj * 
Remember Me to God: Kaujin attn 
The R66ti:df: Heave n. Gary 
Ride the Red garth, Wetl man 
Ice Palace. Ferbeft 



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The Sergeant. Murphy 



Some Came Run ning, jfo/zfo' 
Hdmi From the Hill Humfihrev 



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Please Don't. Ear the Daisie s. jto/y 
Kids Say thcX>arridest Things* jjnjkleth r 
tasters ol Deceit. Hoover 



Barucfa: M y Own Story. ' 

"Where Did You Go?" VQut. M What 
Did You Do?" "Nothinjg/' j3w ia& 
| The Great Democracies, Churchill 



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Life Plus 99 Y&irs, Leopold 



Peier Preiicheti's Biopk of'the Seven Seas. 
. . Preuchen and Loth 



Attofheyfbr the:J5an1ned: VPethberg 



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Madisbq^yemie, iLS. JL' Mayer 
To live Again. Marshall 



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Vojtaire in IxtVe., Mitford 



*** UfcJ Jfofe^ to Mine Enemies. Ferguson 




The Hidden Persuaders * Packard 
The &ew Class. £>;/&r 



*The Private World of PaBIo Picasso. 
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/EEKLY BOOK SURVEY 

/Thi Sunday * Star Jkafr 'arranged 
iwivfr sontjt -of, tlie tyadipg Woh 
sellers of Washington and; subur- 
ban areas to -report; each, week ih& 
book^ which sett be$]t ;ds a guide 
* to * what ' Washington is. reading., 
\TJie numbers represent the rank 
" of -each book dmonfr best ^tilers* at 
^the'Mpri named. a ' \ 
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•FJCTION 



i#f Anot6my j of ^MurderT Trbver 



"The Wirithrbp Woman; 
"North' From Rome/ 7 Mnclrihes "" ; jj 
"Byx'toVe possessed/' Goxzehs 
*.Exilc* and ithe Kingdom/'Gornusi^ 
' 'Mce V Palace," Ferber ~~" 

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^Please i Tjon't; Eat the; Daisies/' Kerr 



* '-IRIissiaV th> Atom and- the West/' 
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* „ The ;folio^ifai\ books, -are *ated> ; 

according E to }sales/ reports from 

Washitoiton- ih^bobkstotea:: ,* ■ 

1*. The; Wiiathjrd^ Woman 
r-Setbci. 

* 2. Ajdatbmy .bit 'a, Murder 

braver/ <, : L 1 V\ 
. •&: Noirtli; from K6me ^ 
^aqlrlnesP " S * 

'41 The' lei Paiace-jter- 
ben ■ ,' . V'- ■ r \ ■■• 
, '5. The Mackerel ftaza^J 
4e Vries;,, ,' # , ? ; ' > % '• f r 

S6. ^me anct the Hoto—- 
Spring;^ v, T . : " 

-; i.^alastersvoi Deceit - — 

. Jiobvebr; J ^n-" , *-7»* i 7r ; -, 

2i The Great *I)emdcra. 

cieis^feliurchili: 

* 3> JPlease Won't Eat the? 
i'DaisieferKefxV ', , " • 

I 4; Russia, the Atom and 

the tyest^Kehtian.. 

i]Si Ma d i &biL\ * Avenue, 

:tJS*i=rfia»pn ^ ; , "" " ! 

6i Where :j)iii You Go? 

OUt^rtfithv '•;- 

. - -Books tdres' cooperating^ this 
ebmpihrtiotti. Airport. Boofo'Shop,, 
i tfttattn: >Bader> .iWUHani .Banantyne 
i '.as. 'Son,, ;Brentaiio's:\Boofc «stores; 
Ino.,;Cehter BoOkiShoPi Slechfr Co.i 
"Kann'siV 'Francis' Scott' .Key Book 
Bhop; rBldney- Kramer Books, dock- 
er's, iiicSavile'Bopk shop; .Trans- 
Lgx^Boolr Shop, / WnnffirtH _& 
miuxwi^iXiild Aff alrs^BObR ■ bihjp. 




Tolson 

Boardman 
Belmont _ 

Mohr 

Nease 

Parsons _ 

Rosen 

Tamm 



Trotter 

Clayton 

Tele. Room 
Holloman — 
Gandy 



NOT H^OORDB^ 
191 APR 8 ISM 



Wash. Post and 0-{ 

Times Herald 

Wash, News 

Wash, Star 

N. Y. Herald 

Tribune 
N. Y. Journal- 

American 

N. Y. Mirror 

N. Y. Daily News 

N. Y. Times 

Daily Worker 

The Worker — . 

New Leader 



Date flpR 6 195* 



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'he Sunday* Star has arrdriged 
kith Sonic "of thd 'leading book 
setters <of Washington and sUbuf* 
Van area^s id report each iveefc the 
books, which sell best as a guide: 
to what ty&shinttlon 4s rea&lngi 
The numbers represent the rank 
of each b&ok ainong besi sellers at 
the store iiamedi 

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"Masters of Deceit/' Hoover . 


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"The Great, Democracies" ChurchHf , 


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313. 


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' Madison Avenue* USA/' Mdy«r 




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Times Herald 

Wash. News __ 

Wash. Star J5*«M 

N. Y. Herald 

Tribune 

N. Y. Journal- 

American 
N. Y. Mirror 




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l/ A ^ ^3 1958 



N. Y. Daily News 

N. Y. Times 

Daily Worker 

The Worker 

New Leader 



Date 



APR 6 1958 







^AcDtew ^ ^fe Srcrian; III 



f jBs^steSI '6feJj|CplTi^fc» story «f 
'tomffuliiism fa Africa oi$t tfotfi 
to Bgtil it, By X Edgar tfbover. 374 
ppi >Her«ry;iHb|K ■$&. J / ' , 

.t Ediar Hbpver|. &st : and 
only -diiectob of the tFedei?ai BU: 
reau of/Jnvestigation,, Was one 



recfeiii months; that 'the . tpendji** 
liimhas swung>almpst, tod far iri J 
the other .direction,, ,-Phis bfe-j 
^viousjy ; was v ■JDecause it j'Ha'si 
^brought Horrie to the Axrieific^hJ 
§edi>le\te ^y ( ei^ivalk:;bS life* an' 
aVarenes^ of the terrific strides^ 
.Soviet, science .and- "Xnp\V'iow* ,: ; 
ihave achieved^ fcboiribs;. ;mis-A 
siles aiicfe earth* satellites Have m 
'pefctaiii Quarters: stirred, .tip a<; 




ih^Cominunis Watty controlled -of ijie ^clear 1 arid, ever \ present, 
^the-SovMeomirit^rhip'our: ; danger," ' ; ^ , 

&merieM traditions* and ivay o£ \ *? as; ^;this^ight, r and in> the- 
life/- / V v * ' " , •■-'■"'■ 

In his- foreword-; he .points; Out 
What theitoofcis and why St wag' 
TOiiteh. ''Obviously; "this r book. 



slight of, wHat Mx : . Hoover says? 
He Hbpks tp* accomplish .by this : , 
Hook* 4tat this review is^ wfiU! ' 



does:- not ,pretehd: toy&sciose a 
body of ^material known. ;exclu-| 
sively to the", E&I. ,> WHat *#' 
does express" is 'the Hope that 
.all\of lis jrhay ^develop i, shared? 
body of rudimehtaiy khpwledf ( S J 
about Communism * *' *; Jtfct* 
tempts to; set 'down* certain fun- 
damentals pf the day^tp-day op- 
erations vof , the 4 Communist 
Parfej pS.ft^hpw': a" eplhinu!- 
iiist meetitig' is conducted;. HOW* 
$ top farty official lives; wliat 
goes on* in the underground;. 
How dis^cifline is enforced; How 
patty inenibers collect n\oney;' 
atjfccntt indoctrination: scHdbls;* , 
Hanpt out propaganda* leaf lets;"-! 
i)or diiany ieai& Mr*,. Hoover^ J 
.unceasing warning, fell' ;oit .deaf ' j 
Invf act; ,it is on;ly\&yer^' [■ 




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Mr. Tolson 4 

Mr. Boardmarc, 

Mr. Belmont 

Mr. Mohr 

Mr. Nease 

Mr. Parsons 

Mr. Rosen ^ 

Mr. Tamm™ , 

Mr. Trotter 

Mr. Clayton _ 

Tele. Room 

Mr. Holloman 

Miss Gandy__ 



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LS File No. pO zJzL *$ 

Courier-Journal— 1^_ 

Louisville Tiar.es 

Louisville, Ky, 

Date^-£~tfff 



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44 APR 17 1958 



sEAncHEO....... '«o« ED - 

A pR 7 1958 

FBI- LOUISVILLE 



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I: "Wltile tfee\ ; pi;esent. tfoofe, 
Ruches; Jigjitly /upbh itarx,,,En;^ 
gelsj Leiiiti k Trotsky and Sfeiiti 
|^the|ourider^ 
ii the opinio*! $£ this, reviser 
it iunderemphasizes, (possibly 
ironfelacKiof fj?a;c/) : theeicesse& 
I of the* l>rib3r CzarTsi: re^fhes/ 
£ which spewed forth such irieri. 
f,, The /book Ms ;alt the Virtues' 
po'f JrcGliffey^s •&&&& dnrihat 



kftep, „a 4CKpage Introduction 
pealing wito : ftist^icai M&S-* 
ground; it igives-S clear> logical 
and precise" \6u1line bf ^tiat 
physically jaffler^than idepgr 
icallyj Js^a Gdihnlhrii'st. :•'■'. 
. OTf prtunately, ^e g££nb Teat 
insight lntelle,ctiially' 4iito what ; 
is the', pernicious 1 ivlt of \8ofi> ' 
ihuriist indbctrihatiqii* lvhick' 

\y&ite frorii^he book We 'can* 



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^heJFidcSral/ jSpeatt 6£ IitvesjK 



fuhatefehe^as' sd .SgorMsly; 
suppressed' and- 'curtailed. ial£ 
'^atiqn> lihi jtoterplky; of- M% 

riobmake; too iht^^esting reife 
; infe' fpr^the^ average ^inggMn| 
to- whom,itis-;dU'ecteaT~'^ ;; ^^ 



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Mr. Belmont— _ 

Mr. Mj 

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Mr. Rosen_ 




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Mr. Trotter- 
Mr. Clayton.. 
Tele. Room. 
Mr. Holloman 
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ihgeifdlis m Iwir d j 

. ,•*" JV Sdgair -Hcjoyeh Whose TbesMltefe,; ? 'Mjaj^ers^ 'Be-! 
|;<*6tfi ,v ifarfs ! .nexi ^uhc&y-Jh'yoMr Da^rdif timp? reveakihaf 
Bnl^O&mmUriisi conspiracy is $w vety; much alive- in 4K& '; 

*Uni*Md Stek& , '\i-'''. : v.*: ""^ /-' '■■ , ' 4 ^ /v' '- . . ■. * 

„ '/jHd&V^^^'naSispgii^bhe fHari ^ fyM bf a. . cenlut;^ 
fiSMfrtt ;fc6mmuhism;ijaveajfe ihe ftuftv •bWBid'fbd^i^hiii*' 
$priqB^fidh$V&nd:g^ * ... 'Vl' ' ;// : S' ; 

f '*lviany/Amerrcan^ ^ sense 

41 ^ecurtfy bjf the; diminishing nUmfee^, of fipmmurttsr 
;par£y memfeerevuV f Ms 'cpiifiiryi* \ says HopVer. : * - , x 
But the Reds /cialri^a^dvJhey W pf«>V6^ ft tfbolMtial 
}hey don't heed numbers/ to fake- bVer a< couhtry-^iust $ ' 
, ftard ; core of dedrcafedHFapatics. . V * .- , v.\ t , 

*. >1 Edqar *ftooVef ! s powSrM : expbs^,/'' Masters of 'Be- 1 
E celt ," will ; pe; presented in ieffyf form; beginning nexf ;$Un* 
tclay; .more of ihe- bright, difference jn youftfDelrorf, times,, 



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( ) Gios Ludowy 

v The Worker 

) The Daily Worker 
) Narodna Voiya 
) Romanut American 
) Pittsburgh Courier 
) Michigan Chronicle 
) Detroit Free Press 
JDetroit News 
•^Detroit Times 
} Michigan Daily 
) Wayne Collegian 

) ■ — 

m ^A-r. Edition^z 

p age2 ^//_ Column. 




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Hoover'sBook 
Serial Begins 



Serialization of. -J. Edgar 
JEfbover*s best- selling book, 
^ 'Masters pf JJecehV 1 is offered 
by iimg features Syndicate. 

The syndicate; describes the 
book by the FBI chief as an" 
amazing, true story of how a, 
worldwide .power conspiracy 
uses trickery^ '.terror,, cunning 
and. fanaticism; to Undermine the 
democratic foundations of free 
I society, 

s The 28?i-n stall m en t Series 
which includes four Sunday 
* installments of approximately < 
* ^,500 fords' each ,and 24 daily- j 
installments of about ,i»60'tf' 
words: each,-, is for initial release 
on April 13. 

The first request for foreign 
rights to the series came from 
Formosa, the island' off Red 
China which long h'as been a 
prime^target of the Communists. 

Though the purchase 'price 
has, not heen disclosed," it is 
believed to -be one of the largest 
sums ever paid, for a newspaper 
series..Mr; Hoover will not;real : _ 
ize any profit fron* the book. He 
is turning over all royalties. t6 
the FJ3I Recreation Association 
so that the funds may be; used 
for the benefit of/all FBI em- 
ployees. Book rights were ob- 
tained from the publishers, 
Henry? Holt ;& Co. 

Tke book.' which was '.published' 
only two -weeks ;ago afready is- 
number :five on theiiationaj^bgst 
seller lists.* - « « ■ " ' ' ■ ■ ■' ■ " ■» ""£ 



1 8 APR 



171958 




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Boardman 

Belmont 

Mohr 

Neasi 

Parsoi 

Rosen! 

Tamm 

Trotter 

Clayton 

Tele. Room 

Holloman 

Gandy 



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NOT RECORDED 
199 APR 16 1958 



Wash. Post and . 

Times Herald 

Wash. News 

Wash. Star 

N. Y. Herald 

Tribune 
N. Y. Journal- 

American 

Mirror 



Daily News . 

N. Y. Times 

Daily Worker 

The Worker 

New Leader ,* 










Mr. Tolson. 



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Mr. Boardman. 
Mr. Belmont 
Mr. Mohr, 
Mr. Neasl 




Mr. Parso>fs\ 

Mr. Rose] 
Mr. TamnT 
Mr. Trotter- 
Mr. Clayton™ 

Tele. Room 

Mr. Holloman 
Miss Gandy™ 



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j^ ^^^f#S by #ECMT,j; wliicfr wiltappear , 

| ■ ' in The .Buffalo Evening "News starting next; * 

rSaturday?, -J. liftgar Iloover tfaces'&e l &sk>r> of 1 : 

HHe feommiui^ a! 

i convention of 'the 1 ^Socialist- Party in- Chicago | 

'■:&l?i& ■' \_ ■■/ , \ "> •[' ,,,"_ \'-y "; 

, * <( Tie Socialists .werehadly split.. T&elef t wing* * 

.thrilied^y.^helRussi'todctoife^ 

to establish :a Coramuriisf Party. The rightists op- '] 

'jpoSeefe '-, ^.'^ xi '>. ,, ; ',;, i .]\ . ; .; , / \/ 

\ "Th£ u pro-Gontmunist leit-^'gers;, ^ioweyer, ( 

could" riot "agf^e on a program of action* One; } 

group wanted ldi$e.tfte:<emergency convention: fo j 

take-over the Socialist Party.- Another : group 4 o1>j 

ejected- -wanting to '£fetup,a ,Commuhist'Party right ] 

aWay. ' _ , ' i :" J ' ,'A 

,, "Men famous in the history .of American com- i 

mumsm— Benjamin .Gitlow^ 'John ' JJeed, Oharlesj 

Rtithenherg; Alfred WagehMecht-^were: present*, c 

Each wasViryirig <to assemhle v follower's\fof His , 

poihtjbf vikw. ;, t . / ;; 1 

' "dne "groups the IteeoV-Gitiow, group; xeiuseU'eii- J 

trance , to the, Socialist ;€ohvehtioh* retired' to in*;; 

oiher room ih M SlacHinists ,, Hall (later -the IWW '-! 

:HaU)\and^6ii Aug. 31? 1919; founded, the Com* 

;muhist Eafror Party- of America' ^(CLP)* Wageh-^ , 

■ 'Knecht was- namedvexectitive secretary., \ i 

v "A frival group*, together with a riumhefc \o£] 

fdrelgn-lahgtiage federations, metat-Shioln^'Hp, ! 

hea^quartersVof the Russian 'Federation. Itsmeni- { 

Tiers Criticized ihe ^ommuhist'Lafeor.Party as not 1 

fciein^ truly cMmunistkL ''■''.'. j 

- " : \ ' ■ " * * *»' ■■ # i ' ' ' -i 

' "THE CkP^EfW^ 



America:(GP)rSplit o|f 'was^acgfbu^ff oriiMicnigan- 
that:w^s; r iater t$,forih: the" Proletarian Partjt j 
'ftuthehherg -was choseii ¥sf execUtivei secretary of \ 

■HiMat" •■' '■ " ■ -\ . . ;' i 

i "Jtfot one iut t^vo 'parties^ the .teCP^atio! the CP, :| 
" *ach claiming ic~ he ' the- taie xepresefrtatiye oil 
,2ommuhism and -bitterly inalighirig, the other, j 
icatrie out bith&^hiciigg; turngii Thfe fiBP set iip» 



APR 15 ms 




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Buffalo Evening News 
Buffalo, New York 

Edition : Financial , 

Date- April 5, 19j£. 

Page IB 



ALFRED H. KIRCHHOFER, 
Editor 




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tieadparteri;- in>€levelartdi tftie ^Gt? m Chicago:, . 
. ! >*he Comiiintthsts of i&i9^ere.:a ^od^Ht)^ 
"j vastly .difffeiren'fc iroih the Mghlf tii$ci$hm%sJm: f 



%l '* ^iiMy*i£ Ma&' i&i). ^feiivanpfcfcr , year -ft; 
* 1blcl£&rtiigi ",ifi# tJCB f ;aiid $he remaind&E , of', the €$> <J 



116$ lacking 3^^or' , ■fan k at^d§lSi^.•M^'^a!v,|cfe« 

pariy tfaihing: <<# ^ 31sci]E>liiie. .. w * . :.^^| ; we&fc c;onvehftbn 

fMe > gfceifc majority* *Vef e; $6rMgri%ra^Sl]afiy | . ; v ti4e^tt#s:fef tf g*&k atobh^bther things, #0* 
had^jfficuliy speaking; 'Engl^Iii * ju„ H/,|/vidett'feat ^ 

"«C)hj'6ne'|bin% iow6ver^ili i agteea:..0Bedifehce| r ^ient;^e^dliifcidii/' ftreparihg:, ItOie/ workers .$ojt 
'.to' Soviet iliissia;, Every" :e6mihuhisfc cbnMaefeor ^arlnM-aiisurreciibh v#s tlie only means, -of mhif 

i achieved' 



■of pjstfectidn. / tl * \.:, . ^V^U--' ' 73^^ 

VThe * liistbry of 4;Iie' Cbmiiiiinigt Party' >w • the | ; ^te&doiMfth^ , 



tThit^d *StatesV;S^ lehV st2l reniaanedVibnngmg the party intd the 

m&h4rett^^^ . "".■■. * ",*."', : - r .J »."*•;./ :\ , !'>•> 

.p^ty •ittucture jiri in -ffi| 1ff?®^MJi%^^ ; ■ '- %.^:&ecemfter - Mij .the Worked, £arty , <** 
*V>ster^<^JbuUd^ 'AinericaV was. i6rined>y:a "^legal? oiitlet iof t 

t^'aM^)^ ; ■;- 



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■&$•& consequence jtfce Cbmniufia^t Inove-mehl; ,■; date/^'Having^cahdidates foc>6|&c l eS«en«a)tedt i gomi^ 
1 --->>**'-'- ^^ A -MV ''Unde^irouha;'t «r? h%, A the mumfets^^ 

liiedl; / ; , . ' *' , J . '•< '> r ^. ,^i ' ^proceSSes* arid &lsfr Enabled ;fcnemvtOj jise #adi& 

Moscow did ;hot«like either iiiis ittckengg; or; ( liineMft other ^^w^k^^^f^^ 

J ¥^lilr*i>?x^MMtiiiJt 3ajau.it.- W^ KMMifif- with^theif Ipropafeanda; The CJommumsfc ^ote- ^ 



, went iiMergtotihd^ 
fci\^ir. war ? cohtinttedl 



tthe ehlofced .Jlfidef g^8phff ? wdrJr. ^The ,- r -- P ,, ,. -— T ^ r -r .^ - ■ A ^ 
wanted , a Single; aihif ied Jarty-y ahle to :opetate( l932.totaled'. lOS^l. 
legMly\(a^6ve;:grotind3 ^ as w#^1ilSMffly-'C|fid«>j? * ! * 

grounder. i~\ '" \ ' |L , ■"'. " i'^/..*!' 

^kbscb;V dhterverieoj th'rbiiglt ^tfe Third 'Intent f ,^__ A i ^^.^ r „- __„.-.- .-, Tr - 1? ., i4 . .. . ..,« 

I -iiatibnaL;>a organisation- dfeMgned- hyr>the SojieM,| dn-^bntinaHhg. ^pf d tb |un J ot ^icfe-.pr'fesi^eiit ^nfc 



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the UriiMCGohi %e;;pht; : tpr,se^ate^ fi: iMey -wlsfii. ifbm ^ 

"Mani'eleniehts^itne^ ^ t '; * :V.w, . ,."(.■ I.: "^ 

> eveii '^&afe:td! g& along; inaad^t»#^BeW i *'^^"^***^* rf »" ^-^ & ^^ «rfiAi-*nlintef v* 

^XJCTi A. -chief ' gbih^cif ^piite'hetwe J eii:the,:GFjaiid! \ 

CLB' wa^he' pbsitibh\6##e 

efatiohs: . Shduldi. tHeyc :he, autdridirioiis; withiii ^e 

par^ .having thfe ftglgKttltt^ 
:[ draw^ 6r he «cbxhpletely siib ject i&m& wal' b£ f ptf J 

-partj?r >'*»;: /•..■ , ^ : ^'i; ,r, - ; ; ^'«£-^;; 

„ r ' \^rilJ-^fiu6w^3iJ6ilisD-.tfe.^i«* HearJ;; bfi', 
^CJomiaUh%fca6iti:ine.J|p^ote 




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f:terday;'* -•'/--' - , -" ~ '■ * ' ? ' . - 

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I ^depravity aii:; pgarding; - Human*' 
■ vveirdbcuntenied;"' v ^ * * 




Jpfodiicecir Si ;22^efegaper -.dHaf£ 



[j 'of club,; ;ass6Giation" :ari& grbup^ 
1 especially -fhpsefwjie^-tHey^Md 
?e;iga^^^6fite34ffir¥<^p6fififa& 
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Boston Traveler 
Boston Herald 
Boston Globe 
Boston American. 
Boston Record ^* 
Cnristian Science Monitor 

Date: h-5-5% 
Edition: 
Author or 
Editor: 
Title: 



Class* or 
Character: 
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Mbh Reading ffte Papers 

Mumanif^l^^ 
be a bridge to link human hearts* . tMortiiiiate$y> people on ihiul 
planet Seem to live ; lri different worlfls^i AWatbM ihe installment buy4 
irig bkrome^r* Jt„ indicated consumer, confidence in ihe lutiire«j 
jWitnohtr siieh* confidence*. the^T£ce$slotv will .c^htinueXio receded J 
i^udyjCxarland, >vh6se talent makes; so many pebpte ^a^ier, $eems)| 
unable \to : f|nd;AappinesSj^6^ herself *>,« Russia lias launched ho satel"! 
lHessihde NSVembeir Srd. Whicn?mdidate£ their scieh^tTsfiialsdiifiayej 
their sKaxe o£ phfff1s^ ; The i"oft> noV'pfjihHvejefe-is^he AP report:! 
•"A Xondpn newspaper l/repjorted 1 .that British officiate airS sounding: 
out atom spy Klau& Euchs oh combig ; back io work .for the West 
wlieni: she gets otifc of prison?' » i .\£e presume QdmraSe JSulganih ,i| 
ihe latest giiy in the^ world whp xealizea how ^recai*ldus H€ is* .liv- 
ing imder a dictator,, , , t f J,. : ;■ ^ L . \ _ ■' . v , ,& ' *.^* 

Golyuz&ik? James* Itejstpn's thoughtful, size-up: ''The jriien who 



austerity and sacrifice- iof the ;def efcse :eff oH, :the$ harm ihe. ecbar 
,dihy>. but iiE they call fbr spending^ they; unbalance" the budget and- 
promote public indifference' ib^he- world- crisis';"; In. other, wbrcts^ 
■even if ybuvwin^yoU ldse^.&rigitte Bartfpt'sVihterviews' reflect The- 
gee-vvhlz; qualities of her sinemas. A .reporter m^u&eb/: ' *'I)b ybti f 
display in life the saine. alno'raTity as bn the screen?" Her* candid/ 
L tespons6:' "Yes;"* ^Tlie Academy Award' champion £bhg,.- ''All the 
Way," would .-never have" had, an^jgscar If it hadrift had & .Erankie; 

\ By; ih means,, read' the, McClellan 'Committee^ i62^age,:repbrt 
,oh .the tifelK elements, lit bbth ^iabot\an^'m;anageineht. Full* oi 
shockers. ,<;Mbst ominous news, was ihe Army's? statement after* 
j.JElvis was: inducted: '-Wl .hope to add a uew- talent to -imi young 
Oman's -enieH^^^ 

itests—a^weefe^after th&y .completed' a lonf/series^ of frUctear, tests* 
To HeaVa- promise i&bhly something 'to- be ; t>rokehTral5ll.peace , .isj 
only a'%b^aini»tlieir pi:Bciagalida:war;r.AHappYMws for- everybody! 
.except a^rnful ^ jSr.^;editbr: J».^dgar Hopyer/sWa^^^fc^ 
Ms jbiheU the fresf^elMs^ai we- forecast toef orfc! It yRis pul 




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tration of ipplisft economy In the filial analysis; it c^^njpre pa 



i«j saVe^i »ajfie : Bfioiie^ we savevoii ischools ijs , jnevitaWl^ spent bnr] 
f ightiitig the crime tliat lack pf e^iicatipn invites*,, Harper's ftiagl 
offers blessed event news: The ea^'s population is iiicrctasingr; »y| 
if*Sf jioW pe^ e ^ever^ o*ayi The worldLhas so many peppie^-and sb| 
.few human beings v. ;The Value oScan Oscar?, After Claudette CPlbertf 
: won one, her fee peBfOfa ' ■gftwjga frbm : ;$35;0DQ to $150jp00i 

Fortune 'mag's" survey; pf 165, f to^ Corporate execs. sBPWsr^t ; 
t >mbst of them texpectJ an' economic upturii J^te iri 1958, or !B59 f . Of 
♦'course, -a Sbbless ma*i caiinbt afford, to >.& patient^. Khr ulncheV 1 
: be^cominfe ^"^ rra^i, ^ricriivort «o« " "7t/r*jVicfi»irt^c * riiihfnfhl^ rihftervatfnnt. 



iinfe Wap Heeluaiispired Sen/ llahsfieldfs\qTibtablfe bbserya|on:, 
^'fhe bnly difference is that iiie guy who used to dictate the letters 
3s jqow j signijtig them"../ t Re3ld Newsweefe's r^btt aboUt the Com^^ 
t mun&t Mvasibit" of India ahd .shiver.,, Stardust is, goldust; iqUcSi " 
William Hblde4,wUl eventually collect over/$2inllhbn from "T^f» 
Bg^bll^ the ftiver ; Kwai":. w*he New Yorket mag :hagj3 
come out on favor of' love. 6po dy| ■,. j^^ __j ^ a 

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the camera ftagicJh^Sdtith JPae&ie" is/Leori fih&mfop :Be tiixe 

imagination. ...Almbui*&;the JQremloons are continually" yammering 

about peace, ^friacJ'^'ihkVKtissidi'iisi oyer id jmillibn irifcrc under, 

!&nhsV;,..CIarK .Gabled portrayal 1 6% a Newspaperman: jxl *'Teactier/s 

1 &e£" ;is unusual He- acts like a hew B spapenrian\ * ,. Periodic ^an^blihgr 

scandals, will; ioiSte \sejteraT bookies tec £b* out 'or business tempo-* 

rarily^^HoweVef^'yott^nnbt Abolish the desire to take a chance^ 

Gambling can be -conttotf ed^npt , stopped . t . ; «• . ,.'■'■" 

»\ POKtical; cortf^ siio^k SdJfe 

ticians generally are More* anxious -to wield v a : xVKitew&'sti brush th&ft 

a brooim Ode party is* always rii6r£ concerned about the other's 

^dishonesty than its 6wE mtegnj#. ^..Xhe*biII'^>pi:pyid^'^gh^|bns->JEoie: 

fbrmeifPxesjdents isf * good idea. It shoutd^je passed* ^Veii mo? 

ball players, have |>efisi6hs\ ,, ♦ The spilt-hiilk trophy ^pes.to tthe 

JtteraldiXrib*s report that the tfc&. lost its rofiUeksuperibrity 40 >ears 

ago! ;.. Another tome Worth Reading is "Our :tfucl&tr Future^" cb- 

* authored by Br/ Edward Teller and Albert Xatter^TStilighteningi. i 

Tnf biigh*the yearls* ins^unients bf^arfiave'becbmeiiiore destrucuva 

But : & ftafioh^mighti^^ 

: * Robert 'Hiihrfcs Safevepost Report bn^ew' Guinea as mighty] 
fascinating. In 185$ the people, there, ate jusi-emergih£ Irpin;#ie 
: Stone &ge^ ;t#hat .doeS edmmunist.^peace^ signify?: Russia -cdh- 
elUde^ hon-aggression pacts with Latvia, Lithuania, {Rfomama,. Fin- 
land,. £olaiid arid GzecJioslbv-akia-^b'ef ore . they w.ere enslaved hy 
Communism, fiistory is a magiiif icent ^cheri Unfortunately;, it 
has; never succ^eBed^ii'impreSsmg, >ehoUgh^ students. M& mpse-Whq 
cannot fearn froiri- past blundersvare compelled to repeat them. * $ 

lured iii'i 

into; the 

; The Saturday keview'si t, Vrt# My Newspaper ,Lie#* is & sttinher. 
Many Washington officials are employing. "Top Secret" as anErow 
-Curtain to: prevent ne>spapermeri,£rqm. reporting, :th6-*ttews* /S#mej 



who, are iraMfcaUy r h6pihg to "co-exist" witli Russia—recall Sir, 
1 Winston Ghurchiirs^classife: "An appeaser is one.^ho/feeds^a^roco^ 
; dile^Kopmglt winveat^him-last^-.i^im Novaks contrib tointehia- 
5 tional relations: ,"A Bdh can -sometimes4oolt gooduri his owfr coun^ 
; try, but not so &bod; hi ai iofoery Thaiik. you^ Kim SoTdwyn! 

Apparently^ miracle^ are no IpiigeF big! news; A tJsS; 4tpmic; 
sub cibssed the Atlantic siibmerked in ^ liVeet^hd^th^ fetpr# wa| 
Traried: oxi inside pag&s.. .^Che Eldbrado Biarrik GadillacXauctipnea 
off at thfe I^iaty Sanfbrd Vo}b Sail in IBalni, Beach for the R«W 
Fund) was won ty Jbhii ;K tybch : of Corpus Christ Texa^ 
m: 'fcShcft g^ye U biacfc M tfte 3^id,wTJife : K^^^ *# p*& 

fery Cbbke, gofes to h1§ Summer m af the Bryn Mawt Counfer 
€iubiii,tMc^b;:..*fie;grdafes^aa^^^^ Yotk are. giving^ 

~ bb iance at tne Paliadiinh on April 27fl» s ^t;^r%#tcibj^. 
w w »hce£ Tedtdv Kbdrigjiez, who is jno;w at Betli Is^atel hosg^^1y« 
^nflSmftised Siiife a stir in ft%<Jbdithis year! Alec ;4Mgp5E^fi 
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Meters ;df Ipeceit? 

To the Editor~Bef erring : ft 
the iiews item in -the 4 Mar* '25 
Gl'ot* in whick Sec&tary 6i 
State! Dulles justified giving aid" 
to Cimmunist countries J it would 
seerrf as though his; inclusion 
thatfcYugoslavIa Vis still irider 
pendent of Moscow" and Poland; 
has ,f a measure of independence 5 ^ 
is insufficient Reason fox : aidin$; 
Communists who deny that 'man * 
lias inalienable rights -^that come 
from our, Creator,,, .. . „,; ; , 

We spe^d : ftuge sums of money 
trying to convince i;he -wbrlirjhat, 
we believe in the dignity of the 
human person and yet ' support 
with ^money and arms tyrants 
wlib suppress freedom. ' 

. . Aiti^3eading ( J, Edgar Hoovetjs 
ftooltjl^as ters | -j; .? f cel;t: '" : lS . ^ 

'. knowledge of -atheistic Goiripun- 

ishvaft'd a love ior i reedonvyt ould* 

want to aid; the masters bf^dfcext. 

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Date: 4/3/5$". 

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Editor: HIGG3NB0THAM 

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American communists last 
we>k .slapped a book by J, K<fc 
;gar .-Hoover and. heaped Javish; 
jprafsp on om? by pr/o*enmmu* 
nist dinger and propagandist 
£aul ftobesom, 

Pel Kcd phraser such- as *<re> ; 
actfthafy." and "lines'^ were 
baifdied Jibbu££fcn describe the 4 

celt/ 1 witteh^by 1 ihe heatT£r 

■ iiobesori; a 4ong?tfme com- 
munist apologist, -whom* ±j\ e 
government refuses; to glve^ 
•pas'spotf, Waahaiiedas & cham- 
pion and "sufferer" Xbr world 
peace, 

OPJBST KJ£\V &RXVE 

The Bed/press aroUnd the 
world went all 01H tbpush the 
a&Ie, of &obeson*s autobiog- 
raphy* 'UTcre: X Btandr The- 
fcoofc was issued almost at-) 
-muitaneously with , %.^'QUtj 
birthday arid a newly opening 
drive to force th& ?govcj?hm'erit 
to tffjiew &obcsod*s passport, 
revise* JnvUOriO* ,; 

C< wmtihist&-and'*prd-c6mniri- 
iilst * were planning a hatif; i-, 
wtdj campaign to ':pay> trib-" 
Uib/ V lb ftobesoh audi spdut ■tife* 
propaganda thenje that B?;e 
TT:S; Is ''a^aJs^eO^^obobn 
gf^ abroad- ^hd ^speak- * -i-nfce*, 




truth;'* , 

In Los Angeles, <ibe~commu- 
hist newspaper-, ''The: Peopled 
World?' hclda :blg, affair io 
bodor thjt* dinger. The pubilca* 
tloh offered copies of 36t>e* 
sdh>bbok to anyone subscrili-, 
Jng td the paper. . . 

'JfcA&VING #Ato# ; 

The^ov^t-Amcrfcan .Friend- 
ship Council (on ;the US, at- ; 
torney general's subversive: 
Jlst) is -behind a birthday party 
Xor ttbbespn in Chicagd, April* 
n -his birthday. 

3*he\ prprcommuhist weekly 



^iSTatlohal Guardian!' defended 
;Robeson*s stubborn: refusal iq 
'sign* a hon-cornmunlst oath; a 
•requirement before ^getting a! 
ipassport arid the reason jor : 
She State department stand. 

"Kobcsoh,"\saI^*the i Nation 
?U-»Cruardi?ur t "refuses to make, 
such;:ah affidavit as a matter- 
of principle, and he is. cugrcht- 
5 ;ly, suing John ^oste&^pulles 
tor violating his-'constlfutlbriaf; 
Rights in, /demand -tha T Hie .do 

;Sb," . ^ 

;;, As for Hoover's bbbk,, which 
Va.prime>;on communism, arid' 
gives vivid details of how-Ahe 



cbmmunistS operate, the Re«- 
; got the signal ior organized 
attacks. 6h the book f rom their' 
top propagandist, ■ Simon Wl 
Gerscin. , 1 

Gersbii, a member of the 
'party's 1 national cbmmtttee| 
Charged: hoover with- "falsify^ 
ing-fatctsV* { 

Said* Gei'sOriJ in 1, Ut Vhl Work-] 
Ws : . , . J 

?* ieel; it is ";hlgh ; ilme' thittj 
this skcred cow of ATherici nl 
politics was 'Ctialiengedcboth j ,s j 
to bis facts as well #/JWs ftiji-* 
damen tally; reactibEary- >j*Dsf*J 
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;frpm|he :pufelishersVHM^ tfolt & £o., in ?♦ *; 
vEx&usive -^^ t egin,/ 

Slind^, Apnf- 1$M -tiTe Boston Sunday;! Ad-iJ 
)#rfefeE^iMdi -bJB&fc 1 JfeatfSt ;^ews&a^r^ from . < 
cdast|d^cp r as|i JtitHu^wfll appe^rffihost simul- *. 
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skidi - ." , ■ ,'"- .;". ;. : "\..'* ;*"•:., "*\. -'>;; — >, 
^iMk .a bnce-in-a-iif etime *My Fair ;¥ady^ • 
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the ^jDpient/pf its fi^ifc rehearsal^ &efe>;lcik-. 

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cise &id: 'easily T.fea'dabie;;gt6r^' '£; 
^<ot .the historical, sequehcd 6T '** 
Marx through tHfH'ussfahMv^ <™» 
*$|utipn %te Leriin- ^andi thenA; ^S^^* 
■'apim.^to' &* .tti& , iir^t; Sty/ " V: L %*\# 
fj^ges -of Masters: x»f Ibj^^V^W**'?, 
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^ev6n he; valuable- to^persuade^ ^^W.3& 
f?5Y^ e . Communist Party -• ^SobSeryvWilt 
(surprise many hy : his: sfaiice; otflfiie^ .gate fe 



#ticj^v,bjr ; Wallar* Edwards?- *say s r > ,. \ J?* -' 

**fl*£| ^s^rpfessrbha^poiicem 
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^ASHINGJTON'^ Martha 29— Willtori Randolph 
Hearst; 3r% feditor-in-'chief ;f announced today the* pur- 
chase by Hearst Nejwspapers bf . exclusive serial rights 
to, one of Hhfi ^e^'STnost^pdrtknt an<3Lprovodative 
fetf&ks—J. Edgar HokTver%i^asters of Deceit" 

#!he -book .4*/ the F^B If*-: „ 

chief's own 1 true, amazing' / 
story of the greatest conflict / 
in history^coirimunism vsV / 
Fr^e Societytrfcnd iMw . it/ 
affects the;?life>\& rftoyj • 
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1 ;purchaseb:rHea^ 
sive . serial riglits to 6n& of the year^jmbst 
important and provocative books-^-J^d'gar 
Hoover^ ^"Masters ^biDeceit;'' y.-.vp' 

Tiiebbbk; is. the FBI chief's own, true, 
amazing story of the greatest conflict in his* 
tb^^Cbmmuriisih vs., FreeiSbciety^-ahd hb\# 
it. affects- the life of every 4mericaii citizen-., 
'_ : \ Purchase price w&s not disclosed but was 
said tb$>ebhe of the largest suhis. ever paid for 
a newspaper series. Rights- were- obtained 
from the publishers,. Henry Holt & Co, Inc. 

iMusive hbwspaper serialization" will' 
begin,Suhd^y, Apm;i3i,ih the 3^ Y. jdurnal- 
^eribah'ahd btifiter HeSrsi; -tfewspapers from 
pqast to -coast, ft thus- will appear almost 
simultaneously with publication ;bf "the hook: 



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said: " / , : 

"Lite a once4ri-a-lifetime 'My Fair Lady* 
( o|tlie thtea&e, a foreordain 

OI *i|e Moment of its first rehearsal* there (j^ja- 

y , /x -? n £*> isiona Hy comes advance wprd pf a book so 

yg, ' lOVi lld* ^citing; that pubhstiers scramble to out-bid 



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one another ior exclusive serial 

Such a booltj our editors are cottvhujecli 
is 'Masters of Dedfeit,* by J, Edgar H©ov^*it; 




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Date 



MAR 3 1968 



is the remarkable story of how a *verid*wide 
^oW5F conspiracy uses trickery, terror, cun- 
ning and fanaticism to undermine the demo- 
cratic foundations of our society— always 
working toward the ultimate g oal of a violent 
and forceful seizure of power. 

"The serialization of this story by Hearst 
Newspapers represents a great journalistic 
coup. Its informative and dramatic read- 
ability will stand as the year's most important 
service to readers by our newspapers. Three 
generations of Americans have held J- Edgar 
'Hoover in the highest respect," 

Since its publication in book form a few 
days ago, the Hoover story has been acclaimed 
by press and public alike. Washington official- 
dom, prominent leaders in education, and dis- 
tinguished clergymen have described it as an 
unforgettable account of the frightening facts 
about the vast Red conspiracy. 

The book serialization will be distributed 
nationally by King Features Syndicate. 





PRESIDENTIAL PRAISE ... J. Edgar 
Ifpover, director; of the FBI, receives the Presi- 
dent's Award from President Eisenhower at White 
H;>use ceremony. Hoover was cited for distiiiv 
gtfished Federal civil service. intonation*! Newi pho!« 



Mr. Sentner is Washington Bureau Chiei of 
the Hearst Newspapers. 



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Decorated By President 



EDGAR HOOVER, director, the 
federal Bareau-of investigation, to 
IftoTvnJte^g decorated by President 
'Ifciseffmrtver lor an "outstanding con- 
tribution to the national security of 



the United States." Ceremony tool 
place at White House in presence 6\ 
Vice President Nixon and member:! 
of the cabinet. 



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INTELLIGENCER 

MAR 3 01958 
PAGE COL 



BY DAVID SENTNER 

Cbfef, PwMrtt^flttwittr Woshtnt ton Bureau 



WASHINGTON, March 29.— William Randolph Hearst J\, 
tte fltqr-in-chief, announced today the purchase by Hearst Neds- 
pipers of exclusive serial rights to one of .the year's most impfir- 
tarit and provocative books— J. Edgar Hoover's "Masters of Deceit" 

The book is the FBI chief's own true, .amazing story of the 
greatest conflict in history — communism vs. Free Society — and 
how it. affects the life of every American citizen. 

Purchase price was not disclosed but was said to be one of 
the largest sums ever paid for a newspaper series. Rights were 
obtained from the publishers, Henry Holt & Co., Inc. 

Exclusive newspaper serialization will begin Sunday, April 
13, in The Seattle Post-Intelligencer and other Hearst newspapers 
from coost to coast. It thus will appear almost simultaneously with 
publication of the book itself, 

HEARST, in making the announcement, said: 
"Like a once-in-a-lifetime 'My Fair Lady' of the theater, a 
foreordained smash hit from the moment of its first rehearsal, 
there occasionally comes advance word of a book *hV exciting that 
publishers scramble to out-bid one another for yeXclusive serial 
rights. 



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"Such a book, our editors are convinced, is 'Masters of De- 
ceit, 1 by J. Edgar Hoover. It is the remarkable story of how a 
world-wide power conspiracy uses trickery, terror, cunning and 
fanaticism to undermine the democratic foundations of our so- 
ciety—always working toward the ultimate goal of a violent and 
forceful seizure of power. 

"The serialization of this story by Hearst Newspapers not 
only represents a great journalistic coup* Its informative and dra- 
matic readability, the respect accorded J. Edgar Hoover by three 
generations of Americans, will stand as the year's most important 
service to readers by our newspapers." 

SINCE ITS PUBLICATION in book form a few days ago, 
the Hoover story has been acclaimed by press and public alike. 
Washington officialdom, prominent leaders in education, and dis- 

iinguished clergyman have described it as an unforgettable am- 
ount of the frightening facts about the vast Red conspiracy. |P 
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poses the plans and plots of 
the Communists in the United 
States. It will appear serially 
in The Vindicator beginning 
Sunday, April 13* - 

Here is a sample of what the 
book contains, Hoover's account 
of the organization of the Com 
munist Party in America, 

Hoover traces its history back 
to a Socialist. Party convention 
In .Chicago in 1919. 

Reds Couldn't Agree 

"The Socialists were badly 
split'* Hoover writer "The left 
wing, thriUed by the Russian Oc- 
tober Revolution, whnted to 

ttablish a Communist Party, 
rightists opposed. , 
\e procommunist* left-wing- 
^„ however, could not agree on 
a 1 rogram of action. One group 
wafited to use the emergency 
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convention to take over the So- 
cftllst Party. Another group 
offied/ wanting to set up a 
CCmmunist Party right away. 

*'Men famous in the history of 
American Commuidsm - £enja- 
„rtn Gltlow, John Reed, Charles 
Rtrthenberg; Alfred Wagen- 
ka«eht— were present. Bach was 
gKng to assemble followers for 
hfe point of view. „ IMm _ 

"one group, the Keed-Glttow 
group, refused entrance to the 

another room m Machinists Hau 
Uater to tlie IWW Hatt> «md on 
AUK. 31. 1019, founded the Com- 
SSStot Labor Party or America 
Wagenknecht was nam© execu- 

"^riv&p. together with a 

number of **«&gSI^£S& 
orations, met at Smolny «au, 
ffiuSkers of the Russian Fed- 

e *iw n * members criticized the 
Communist Labor Party as not 
helne truly communistic, me 
cfpVturned the retort, and ail 
attempts at reconciliation failed. ., 
"So? Sept 1, 1919, this rival ! 
irfoup formed the Communist 
larty of America. Split off was 
I group from Michigan that was 
lAer to form the Proletarian 
]&rty. Kuthenberg was «hosen 
a» executive secretary of the CP. 

• Chicago Turmoil 
Produced 2 Parties 

-Not one but two parties, the- 
CLP and the CP, each claiming] 
to be the true representative of 
Communism and utterly ma- 
ligning the other, came- out of 
tte Chicago turmoil," H°°»« r 
vvHtes. "The <*P set «p head- 
quarters- in Cleveland, the CP in 

^TO^Communlsts of 1919 > were 
a^motely lot, vastly different 
from tbe highly disciplined, ef- 
ficiently 0P«£ tta S P^ y w kl r n e 
edit years. Though not lacumg 
zeal or fanaticism.- they had little 
pSy training or discipline. They 
varied In extremes from bitter 
diehards, who were ready to do 
amrthlng for the 'cause,' even 
throw a bomb or lead a riot, to 
comical show-offs, attracted by 
violent language and »ubvewive 
ndBsiblltUes. Many believed revo- 
lution in %i e V l t cd States waa 

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' T'The "gre at majo rity were 
foVcign-bo?n l!tan y fed difficulty 
shaking English. The Communist 
(Sune 12, 1920) states: 'The Com- 
munist Party, from the very be- 
gftming of its existence, found 
83 work hampered because it had 
in* its ranks only a few men 
capable of expressing Communist 
principles in the English lan- 
guage.' The' comrades lacked a 
practical understanding of Amer- 
ican affairs, especially in the 
traue union field. Soon all kinds 
of wild-eyed plans arose. Each 
leader became his own inter- 
preter of Marx and Lenin. 
Cliques, quarrels, and* personal 
rivalries Were rife. 



Agree on One Point: 
Obedience to Russia 

'"On one point, however, all 
agreed: obedience to Soviet Rus- 
sia. Every Communist considered 
-LJsnin*a god and the Russian 
Bolsheviks as models, of perfec- 
tion. These were the men who 
hid made the October revolution. 
Soviet Russia, at v ihls time, was 
assuming an'authbrrty over Com- 
munists in this nation that.it has 
never relinquished. This control 
was to be become ever more pro- 
nounced, inescapable, and dan- 
gerous. M 

"The history of the .Communist 
Party in the United States since 
1919 is characterized by two 
main trends! (1) the development 
of a disciplined party structure* 
or, in the words of William Z. 
Foster, 'the building of a Lenin- 
ist Party of a new type,' and (2) 
the complete and unquestioning 
subservience of the party to 
Soviet Russia. Every word and 
dacd, hope and aspiration, of 
American Communists over the 
years has promoted these two 
objectives . • , . 

"There were* complications. 
Just a few weeks after the found, 
ing conventions, in, the fall of 
1919, the federal government and 
local authorities initiated pros- 
ecutive action against the Com- 
munists. 

Red Movement 

Goes Underground 

"As a consequence the Corn- 
et munist movement went under- 
\ ground. Comrades met in secret 
\ hideouts, maintained underground 
1 headquarters, and sent messages 
J by couriers. Hidden printing 
* presses poured out propaganda. 
'Undergr ound or n ot. the 'civil 



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rs 4iid not hinder the 

tto#cal artillery. The: inter 

rty strife became fantastically 

ter, 

'Moscow did not like either 
this bickering or the enforced 
underground work. The Kremlin 
wanted a single, unified party, 
able to operate ' legally {above 
ground) as well as illegally 
(underground) 

"Moscow intervened through 
the Third International, an or- 
ganization designed by the 1 
Soviets to control Communist 



rve as an instrument of world 
i kvolution. 

"The executive committee*. of 
t Ae Communist International sent 



a letter to the twj> underground 
parties in the United States, the 
CP and CLP. The-split, said the 
Comintern, had harmed the Com*, 
munlst cause -in the «;tfnitei 
States. Unity must be estamishi 
4 in the shortest possible time* . « 

Hold Secret 

Unity Conclave 

i, "In May 1920 a 'unity* convi 
tion of the Communist Labor 
Party and a faction (led> by 
Ruthenberg) of the Communist 



used assumed names. A Comin- 
tern *rep' was present 



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man, Mich., resulting in the for-' 
mation of the United Communist 
Party of America (UCP). The 
delegates, as a security measure, 



'•SMtany elements of the Om- 
munist Party, however* refuted 
to go along and boycotted 1 he 
new UCP. fc A chief point of dis- 
pute between the CP and CLP 
was the position of the foreign- 
language federations: should 
they be autonomous within the 
fcarty, having, the right, if they 
desired, to, withdraw, or be com- 
pletely subject to the will of. the 
Party? 'This issue touched the 
very heart of Communist doc- 
trine/ No ppmmunist Party crfuld 
ever allow a member the 'rijht* 
to withdraw. * I 

"Finally in May 1921, after/an- 
other year #t bickering, the UCP 



aaAJthc/ *tader of the CP 
formed tk^yommuntot Party of 
America, section -of the Com- 
munist International, at a secret 
two-week convention at Wood- 
stock, NX The group's program, 
among other things, provided 
that the Communist Party would 
work for violent revolution, pre- 
paring 'the workers for armed 
insurrection as the only means 
of overthrowing the capitalist 
state.' 

"By early 1921 an outward 
unity was achieved in the Com- 
munist movement, but the second 
problem still remained: bringing 
jthe party into the open. The 
Third Congress of the Comintern 
(June-July 1921X defined the 
I problem: 

" The Communist International 
draws the attention of the Com- 
munist Party of America (uni- 
fied) to the*act that the illegal- 
ized organisation must not only 
serve as the ground for collecting 
and crystallizing the active Com- 
munist forces,* but that it is tha other splinter 
party's duty to try all ways and kttical fronts. 



The .Communist vole ftr 4932 
totalled 102,991. 

As will be told in a subse^t^it 
instalment of this first serializa- 
tion of* Hoover's book, in nomi- 
nating: James W. Ford to run for . 
vice president on the Communist 1 
Party ticket in 1932, a A. Hath- 
away, then a member of the 
party's election campaign na- 
tional committee, reiterated 
Comintern instructions: 

"We propose to break up the 
present artificial state boundaries 
and to establish the state 
unity of the territory known as 
the 'Black Belt/ where the 
Negroes constitute the over- 
whelming majority of the popula- 
tion ... In this territory, we de- 
mand that the Negroes be given 
the complete right of self-deter- 
mination; the right to set up 
their -own government in this ter- 
ritory and the right to separate, 
if they wish, from the United 
States/' 

The Communists have had 
"parties" as j>o- 
In "Masters of 



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give the Communist Party the 
igal right to run Communist 
candidates* In 1946, 1952* 19*4 
and again in 1957 Communist 
candidates raii for innnieiffal, 
stat$ or nationalroff ices «in J4iw 
York City under" the banner 1 of 
the "People's Rights Party." 



the wide masses. 1 
Party of Today 
Begins to Shape 

"The outlirie of: the ?arty of 
today was beginning to take 
shape, the/ true party conceived 
by Lenin, having both'a legal and 
illegal apparatus. -The legal 
aspect would be necessary to con- 
duct Communist propaganda 
non-Communist masses, to in- 
filtrate organisations and operate 
Communist fronts. 

"But the underground must 
exist, for the revolution* the final 
aim of the party, could never be 
anything but illegal. The under- 
ground apparatus would handle 
espionage, super-secret party 
work, and would always be ready 
to expand if the legal party, be- 
cause of 'capitalist' oposltion.t 
could not operate fully. The Com- 
munist Party at all times has 
desired both an upper and a lower 
level. 

"In December 1921 the Workers 
Party of America was formed, /a, 
•legal* outlet for the underground 
Communist Party." 

The "Workers Party" put for- 
ward William Z. Foster in 1924 
as a presidential candidate. He 
|was given 33,361 votes, Foster 
ran again, with Benjamin Gitlow 
as his vice presidential running- 
mate, in 1928. The vote rone that 
year to 48,770 votes. 

Identified Self 

In 1932 Campaign 

In the 1932 presidential cam- 
paign, the party identified itself 
openly as Communist, with Fos- 
ter again the "presidential candi- 
date" and -a Negro, Jfcmes W, 
Ford, as the "vice presidential 
candidate." * Having candidates 
for offices enabled Communists 
to claim they were devoted to 
democratic processes, and also 
enabled them to use radio time 
a nd other ge neral med ja'to reach 
thlf puuilinjtrith their pfopagHHtta. 






ExclusiveJn Yottf World-HCTal^ 

Moover sRedE^M00tell? 
\\ Tricks, Deceit,, Famiicwn 

Perhaps no man in America knows, more about 
the Communist conspiracy in the' United States than. 
J. Edgar Hoover. ° 

So when Mr. Hoover published his book, '!Mas=. 
iters of Deceit, " it was natural that it immediately be- 
TSSme a sensation. 

Starting April 13 World- Herald subscribers will 
get a bonus: the oppor- 
tunity to read this text- 
book on treason without 
extra charge.- 

"Mast ers of Deceit" 
will appear exclusively in 
Nebraska and Western 
Iowa in this newspaper. 

Its 26 installments tell 
the story of how a world- 
wide power conspiracy 
uses trickery, terror and 
fanaticism to undermine 
the foundations of a free . ..... 

society. HoovCr • • * A dut y \ 

The book explains how a Communist cell is 
formed, how top party officials live, what goes on in 
the Communist underground, and how Communist 
discipline is enforced. 

It is, as one reviewer wrote, "an exciting, grip- 
[ping, at tinies almost incredible stor^." 

"Masters of*l>eceit" is the first book the director 
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has written in 
moik than 20 years. He explained his pjjepes^n this 
wa i: j 

"** \ "Every citizen has a duty to learn more about the 
menace that threatens his future, his children, tjie' 
peace of the world — that is' why I wrote the book. 




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Mr. Hoover will reveal inside' 
it its about Communist operations; i 
lie ly a Communist cell is formed;' 
hlw a Communist meeting is held: ' ( 
what goes on in the Communist 
underground: how Communist dis- 
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techniques of espionage and sab- 
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lilw book, an amazing presentation of the dangeijjthat 
^communism. II 

' Titled "Masters of Deceit/' it* is front page; reading 
for all of America and the rest of the free world by the 
man who knows the dangers of communism best— tf. 
Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of In- 
vestigation. 

, Masters of Deceit will be broken into 28 daily in- ; 

" stallments. They will tell everything worth telling that , 
Hoover knows about communism, the malignancy that 
constantly threatens the United States. * 

Hoovertis convinced that all Americans must be 
alerted to the danger of communism; how it affects the 
life of every American citizen whether he knows it 
o-ftfiot ^ * 

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Only. Thursday *}ikita S. Khrushchev moved out, 

Nikolai Bulganin, an unscrupulous schemer lumself, ahft 

i now Khrushchev heads both the Soviet government and 

• the Communist Party with the power that Joseph Stalin 

1 <»ce held. 




Only a few months ago— in June 1957— Khi 
with calm assurance, told a nationwide Americanj 
; vision audience: 

M . . . I can prophesy that your grandchildren in 
America will live under socialism." 

One man in America is most responsible for seeing 
that 'Khrushchev is a false prophet. JJe is most re- 
sponsible for knowing who the American Communists arfe 
and what incredible lengths they go to in carrying ow 
orders from Moscow. 

That man is J. Edgar Hoover. He firmly believes: 

"Every man has a duty to learn more about 
the menace that threatens his future, his home, his 
children, the peace of the world." 

That is the reason that Hoover wrote "Masters of 
Deceit." 

For that same reason, the Star-Telegram presents 

^fjie^serializatiom ^j*** * a 

"""^TaT Hoover has written it in a ^clear, 'simple style, (be*, 

pWng for all to learn, how the Communists alway \ re' 

working toward the ultimate goal of a violent and foi!|e- 

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The Communist Party that seized control of Rus- 
sia was smaller in numbers than was the Communist 
f Party of the United States at its peak* 
' Under communism, Hoover writes, "a tiny rninol ty 
of 10 to 20 men would run the United States. TH :se 
J wouId consist of local Communist henchmen who wdmri 
depose and probably liquidate your mayor, chief of po- 
lice, clergymen, and leading citizens. The Constitu- 
tion t and all our laws,* would be abolished . . . 

"All industry would be nationalized and farms taken 
away from their owners. A small business man is just 
as guilty as a large business man; both must be liqui- 
dated. The press would be muzzled, free speech for- 
bidden, and complete conformity demanded. 

"Remember, always, that 'it could happen here' and 
that there are thousands of people in this country now 
working in secret to make it Jiapp^n here/' 

"Masters of Deceit" tells it all: 

How a Communist cell is formed. 

How a Communist meeting Is conducted. 

' ( How a top Communist Party official lives. 

What goes on in the Communist underground. 



~ How Communist discipline is enforced. 
How party members collect money, attend indoc- 
trination schools, become experts at propaganda tech- 
niques. 

How the party functions as a state withiiT a state, 
with its own laws and courts. 

How the party serves as a transmission belt for the 
implantation of Soviet ideology, both flirectly and indi- 
rectly, on the masses of Americans. 

How Communist Party members infiltrate and or- 
t ganize agitation campaigns in every kind of club, asso- 
ciation and group-especially those where they would 
least be expected to be operating. 

The Communist record of ruthless oppression of mi- 
norities when it suits the purpose of the Soviet dictator- 
ship. 

Why people become Communists and why they break 
away. 
\| Communist techniques of espionage and sabotage. ., 
Hundreds of incidents and anecdotes to illustrate 
how the Communists live and think, what their aims are, 
J 'how they are carrying out those aims— every day. 




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-readabiilty* .the respect, ac- 
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three .generations >oi Ameri- 
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most important service 1 ' iq 
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Boston Herald 

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'icp^uiit -ol^li? f4ghMing/ff ^tsvabbUt *y V^t, 
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- Top selling iKSokaf a*6uh& the coUn^/ia& weelSj 
fcding to PUpiisHeifs YteeW M& :6tlier. sources,, fret S 

;« ;'. "" ttcrawr ;/ ".-. ■ . 

Anatomy dt 'hm^A&'^.^u^r^v^^V^I^^', 
t By Wve Possessed. ,i. ... ♦ * .. w ♦...uJamesi Gould CpzzSni*; 

* MteWhite Witch... i- t » .* .. *« * *,. *,i Elizabeth Soiidge ■■" - 

f jeiiia^JtoiiM^^-Fidfe-B^u^M .M^Shul^Int .« 

? :fif« nie Came Running . ,„*,.. i,*. *.>. va * .tfamek Jones 
e ■ • • " -NONiFXCTldH 

t *1p«*ier$ of fceceit .<« >u. Jv Edgar -Hoover 

f $?lea& tikm't JBat fhfc Daisies. ^ * . m ,** Jean Kerr 
i| Kids Say th£ l mrildest Thfaifcsh i « , . Art-iaiiKletter 



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JOS ANGELES EXAMINER 



RE: '-'MASTERS OF DECEIT" 



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Whujja 'tftt latest Communist party UnsZJtUBkM^] 
Americans keep on guard against Red propaganda 
directed from the Kremlin, The Houston Chronicle 
brings you a weekly roundup of Communist party 
line aims as disclosed in Red publications and direc x 
tives. x , 

• BY JACK LOTTO 

' InttrnitUontr Ntws ttrvic»* „ I 

AMERICAN Communists this week sloped t book by J. 
Edgar Hoover and heaped lavish praise oataneiby pro* 
Communist singer and propagandist Paul Robesofc. 

Pet Red ptrases such as "reartionartfUnd "lies wewban* 
died about to describe the publication of ^Masters_olI>eceit , ,, 
written by the head of the 
FBI- 
RObeson, a 










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day party for RoT>eson in Chi- 
cago on April $— his birthday. 

The pro-Communist weekly 
National Guardian defended 
Robeson's stubborn refusal to 
sign a non-Communist 4>ath, a 
requirement before .getting a 
passport and the; reason for 
the State Department stand^ 

"Robeson," said the Nation- 
al Guardian, "refuses to'ftftke 
such an affidavit a^ a matter 
of principal, and he is cur- 
rently suing John Foster Dul- 
les for violating his constitu- 
tional rights in demanding 
that he.do so," 

As for Hoover's book, which 



long-time Com- 
munist apologist, whom the 
government refuses to give a 
passport, was hailed as a cham- 
pion and "sufferer" for world 
peace. 

The Red press around the 
world went all oat to push the 
sale of Robeson's autobiogra- 
p^ "Here 1 Stand.!' The book 
wis, issued almost simultane- 
ously with his 60th birthday 
and a newly opening drive to 
force the government to re- 
new Robeson's passport, re- 
voked in 1950. 

Communists ^id pro-Corn jj a primer* on communism 
munists were planning a. na and g| ves vl<rid det!liIs of h( ; w 
tion-wide campaign to "pay ^ Communists operate, the 
tribute" to Robeson and spout Reds got the gignal for organ . 
the propaganda theme thatthe izftd attacks on ihQ bo6k from 
United States is afraid to let the!r top propagandist, Simon 
Robeson go abroad and "speakfo Gerson. 
the truth." Gerson, a member of the 



In Los Angeles, the Commu- 



nist newspaper, the People's mittee, charged Hoover with 



World, held a big affair to 
honor the singer. The publi- 
cation offered copies of Robe- 
spn's book to anyone subscrib- 
ing to the paper. 

The Soviet-American Friend- 
ship CounpS^n the United 



States lrtttfMM}b general's subJfiamentally 
versive list) is behind a birth*tion " 



party's ruling national com- 



"falsifying facts." 

Said Gerson, in "The Work- 
er": 

"I feel it is high time that 
this sacred cow of American 
politics was challenged bothtas* 
to his facts a^ralas hisjfon- 



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3/30/58 

Houston 3 Texas 



BoardmaJtf 
Mr. Belmont J 
Mr. Mohr.. 
Mr. Neaa 
Mr. Parsa 
Mr. Rosen 
Mr. Tfciiim— j 
Mr. Trotter_ 




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"The Winthfop Woman," 
*A.nya Seton. 

; "Anatomy of a Murder," 
Robert Traven 

"By Love Possessed," 
James Gould Cozzens. 

"Maggie - Now," by Betty 
Smith. > 

"The Mackerel Plaza," byf, 
Peter DeVries. 

NONFICTION 
"Please Don't Eat the Daisies, 
by Jean Kerr. 

\^Mt^isiI^&£LX" by J. Ed< 
gaTlIaover. 

I "Kids Say the Darnedest:' 
.Things," by Art Linkletter. 
. "JiB.," by Archibald MacLeisk } 
1 "Boston Ways/* ■ — • - * 
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Mr. Clayton,. 



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Boston Traveler 

Boston Herald 

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Boston American 

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Christian Science Monitor 

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^Masters of Deceit, '^HodVer's 
expose of comfnuhism .In Aiifth- 
ica toda& has-been, acclainfed 
by -book reviewers, govemnjtnt 
leaders, religious ^groups ynd 
veterans.orgahizations . through- 
out the nation; 

inese :hewspapers~are $roud 

_ Serialize this great boo^be- 

causewe .feel it should be read 

jby every v American, who be- 

The bbtnmuntst iMhspiracy ;is|Hevesin freedom.and Ms'a^pa*. 

stiU v<ery much alive / in theisloh to stay vfree.» / *•- ■ 

United! States, say<r i&r direc- j As Hoover^ .points, out An the 

^tor X Edgar Hoover, whose foreword, *^Every ciitzeiv;tiaXa i 

[bestseller,, ^Masters of Deceit,^ duty-to, learn jndre abbufc4}ieS 



jwill be" serialized starting Suii* 
Way* April 13, in^thc Sunday J 
f America^ ahdJNfews-Post. 

Hoover, who has spent more 
;thanva;thir4 of- a century fight- 
ing espionage* ario> subversion, 
.warns Americans against being 

Jtilled into *arfalse sense of se-; tne ueaicaw -protector .,©£ , 

cUrity by the diminishing, -ntini- * America's -internallsecutlt^^ur- 1 

ber bt Communist P£ rty rnem-* m ^ a • lo ** * nd ~#stihgtiish<?&~ I 



menace that threatens his, fu- 
ture, his home, hfe'childreban^ 
the peafce ifqi the world?' 

^o one isimore^amiliar with 
the inner 'wofkingsvof the cohw 
munist conspiracy .in this, coun- 
try than : JSobVe^, ■■ whd tias/beeh 
the dedicated' jprotector .,©£ 



Iter bt /Communist Party mem- ; r -. . ---5, t-- .*»<-«;»-.»— 
bers i in this country. " caree* as director of the- Fed- 

"As M reiax-otir W**&^^ 
and- ease, up on security measCu M 2?^fl- * Dfi WW* 1 * 
tires,- says tfoover V^^ovet^ t^ ir ?^ hAnd . accoun f of 
closer an* closer to a Sf 10 fbversion^ espionage Jnd 

n unishi w"inever„rest^ 

vho!e : ^orld.., including; -the 'F ? Unite * StatpSi 

United States, is under .the 

hammer and sickle;" < ^ 

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TH<5 SDH 

TH8 EV PIKING PON 

THE SON I- / btiN 

THELBALTIWORW N&WS-POST 

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BALTIMORH:, MARYLAND ^ 

THsE WASHINGTON POST ARC 
T-JJiBS BRRALD 
WASHINGTON; -T>. C. • 



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EDITOR., 



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170 APR 15 195S 




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PRESIDENT DECORATES J. EDGAR HOOVER || 

...for FBI Head's anti-Red book, "Masters of Deceit'* 



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OVER in the column to the 
right there fa considerable 

m^S? around "^ morning, 
«ke the rustling of spring. Four 
books are making first appear- 
ance on the best seller list, and 

JSSL** *?*? M ** could,' 

>a Exile and the Kingdom" ' 

U-Masters ot Decett ,. gggfc ' 

.toon ; Avenue, U..S..A? were re-- 

and Miss Ferber's <Sc e palace"! 
'turns up only today, on Page* . 
No fooling around ,for J. Ed- 
.gar Hoover's "Masters of De- 

h?£ y i*% aUtnor - wh< > to the 
**?? •«*■«» P. B. t, partly the 
fubject, which b coWnuW 
to this country. Then, too, such 

*°" e « Steve Allehdid^e. 
book no harm. On a recent 
S^^eiduptoTV^!, 

m^L^ V ° IUmes - He com- 
mended one-Mr. Hoover-s- 
^Aom the other. Shake- 



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Boardman 

Belmont 

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Pars oi 
Rosen| 
Tamm 

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Clayton 

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Times' Herald 

Wash. News 

Wash. Star 

N. Y. Herald — 

Tribune 
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American 

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Daily Worker — )L-l 
The Worker - 
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yifesters iof ;X>ecefc" Mini£,,4^ 
fsfcfiry of iCommuiifem^irl, America; 
^d^^tf &$$'& :figHtiy *#i id; 
?pUb&fied /in ihe/M^efM^i&cle^ 
ip6Ddeni;^egihtiihg;:ABHI:l3.' 



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#sti^tibhu^esb3citi^s s ff detail how- 
'a world-wide 'power;; coh^iracy", 
aisejSvtridkeiTi -terrbr^cunhing, faM 
;$inaticism to undermln^theVdemo^ 
^ratic^olundatlon&ibf : jfree society— , 
'always forking' vitfward th&nilti-' 
Ijtflate^dai of- a^plenViania; -SorceV 
plvseizur^otippiv :,/. ^ '../ '.*, ; 
jLflM$ is* S6ovir.& 'detailed; istoty 
IjofSHo^' the#eatest,cohfli6fc;in}>hisf 
pr^'" —■ v (36imhunisi%" vs.TFre& 
So&ety ~~ alfeWitne fife ^ever# 
American., .citizen,, "wMiier &e* 
jfcnowjHfobtt'iirft.if :••*. -\v~f. f v'v 
*;;<Fd6mah^ 

Jive ap^ramatiff .ieeadabiU^:»iHfe'. 
omquesttbhed k . JMieMcltyF of, 'its! 







Mr. ToIson_ 



Mr. Boardman 

Mr. Belmont. 
Mohr. 




Mr. .Tamm„ 
Mr. Trotter- 
Mr. Clayton.. 
Tele. Hoom 



Mr. Holloman_ 
Miss Gandy 



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jtoric bbok will:app'e^ikia^s1flnd^ 
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3-29-58 



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Mr, Tolson, 5744 

Mr. Boardman, 5736 

Mr. Belmont, 1742 

Mr. Mohr, 5517 

Mr. Parsons, 7621 

Mr. Rosen, 5706 

Mr. Tamm, 5256 

.Mr. Trotter, 4130 IB 




Mr. ClayJ*&, 5744 
~andy, 5633 
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lishVff ohVcpmm^ > 

\?2J|tfcl5y i, -XiVEdgar Hoover. However, 

CEaTles Poore, who iftevi^ws^doks ;for^ 
V*htf N^wv^ork Times, bn we*ek days, 
" has dbnea very fine fab of reviewing 
^vMeHobverbo^k^ * '7 * ' " 
; y ** Mr* /Bdbfevslio&s, tC 'real knowledge 

of the dommunist- conspiracy inside 
; ^KeftJnited States; His review is here- 
;;Mtfi reprinted. The emphasis fs ours! 
/fe-EiJlTORS;-. ' i 

*#*' !' ** ■'" '*' ' * * *■' * i . 

' THE MOST/ AUTH03RITATIVE Wo'kT ' 

'e;ver wfttteriipii/comiriUiiism in JSfeSflbSt..W' * 
JlVEfdg«ife f jH6bvM^ f'Ma : ster *bf-*i!tei&ifi"> * 
(Kolt)\, ' tMer : directive^ fronr ; "''Eres. - 
^rankl{n:;B.( Rbbsevelti aiitl latfer^etT'lflt 
$?&■ ^ite,;Hb,useChe has stadelL.^her".^^"' 



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' one #lseyir this; country; A f s -KeadOoShe 
j Federair^BlireSui <6f 'iavfeptigW&n * Ke--lia^ 

ichanged^aMTi ;lip^ - lmplaQa'my-fit,''Ms 
|trajntained the:;^|im£te.afm ;.of;;cha]fi|nig; 



mFiffi #o\need o'f large locaWonlStueh^ 

teis bobfei£>p£^ } * : 

Mee |easph£.' : Mrsi- 'ti6dijagfefffi^jSfepe&3fs " 
*af i-tii^e'j^heri^the f ComiMnist Party In; .- 

may ?J)fe?coriipare % d to telling a man; not io : 
^brryv about having just a little cancer. 

/Secpnid^befcaflse it Jg .alucid prlmer-tb the - 
1 whbfe 1fistdj$':df ^T^^S^%MomWMd: :■ * 
In Muscbv^; Thirds / feeiyIlret4ti3ikiBs«®■* ,1 ■ : 




l.T%a^||tciiiai prppagahda^obyective of 
: ilte^plwe^^da^ J^i/Hapve^s bjft& sffgy ? 
gss% can,1»e ex^fesisea^ih a BbfcibSneiL A 
"hydrogen lipfebshelL it tfre%est, qaii be 

jKersUaaedip^top,. testing antf l making 
those ^esky- weapons* the kremiih gteift- 

U^ wiIB;agr^ 

l:bepbntep iwittiu the sipfek ^Hfey alrbad^ ; 

ffflsdye&t Methods ' bi° 'deM^iriehii i& i 
f 4 " tt M to other weapdh^ _; ' ' ' "TJj^. iQi /J 



Mr. Tolson- 



Mr. Boardman- 

Mr. Belmont 

Mr. Mohr 

Mr. Nease 

Mr. Parsons 

Mr. Rosen 

Mr, Tamm 

Mr. Trotter 

Mr. Clayton. — 
Tele. Room 



Mr. Holloman„ 
Miss Gandy — 



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191 APR 8 1958 



MANCHESTER.N.H.OTION LEADER 
3/28/58 







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iA *TUJa*1 ><4«f' look ^iu£xu*K~i ,W~ iiai;: *!:■=:. 



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/ipier-S' fte£&4teftin\^ M%SS' V ,.« 

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;&.;a;rtfficial :sateUite^^mfesejuiSiHer : the. / ; 
V;b>en^ 

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nist,.. G.ommiinist-frbnt and' XJflin&iinis^ih' 
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Htoyel^&iv ^b) *li >ubti3ed 
;"The : > Story of <^mmttnism' ift 
Airielica and how-tb -fight itfV 1 
sup^s^^atjo one will doubt 
,J "^ " ihevU;hlq,tt ; e 

c| .u a 1 i ftc a-, 
tidns. -of ; fchVe 
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book. 
: >'As> 1 i^xite 
thi^/fiie' re^ 
view copy;hiiv T 
irig; reacted 

, . , . she v Somewhat* 

Inr; Bernard; , ; later * ffiaii* is 
tisdal^tnajti^ of the larger weekly 
reviewing, jpym^ls have had ±hefc 
^; pie/ burden; of opinion- is 
that Tfc Hooker greati^ exagger- 
ates the <<togers ~ot present&ay 
communism, ift America, * and: that 
we wotild be better , advised id 
» fight ponmiunisin at>rba# by jpay> 
iiig mors attention to Joieigti 1 re~ 
lations. More often than not, the 
evidence giveri for this claim: of 
exaggeration is * -simple statistic 
v about -current Gommunlst haent- 
'bership Si Amefcle^' Jbecatise it 
has- greatly declined in-tte'past 
two decades s<> far 1 as available 
, figures shove*, lie parfei must fee 
dead.* 

I <do hbt filid this .an Especially 
■convmeihjj argument, s^ic? it is 
generally agreed that the 4 meta- 
a&ofc -ofi thCifceher^ is- valid r fbr 
pe way. "the pa£& loolts-Sih M 
;% S^^Uchiriore of it Is hidden:: 



make& it Imposribie to be sooihed 
by present-Say figures shbwlhj 
a men^berghip^deciine. : 

Mve more chapters discuss 
£Ucl&; topics asV n Ho# Commu- 
nism Began**, "The Cotrimumst 
Apjpeal : ln ^e-Hnited: Stefc&* 

■■"7'mr"«ffT"" '' — ^ % ?*rt**'» ^-The^m. 

«t tiie CTi to- ■ Mst ,$rbjan Horse^n Action''; 

ap> this kind *>f and «Thc Communist Under* 
^grouhb?*; all b£ these are -Bed; 
together 4&- a concluding ^ctiap^ 
~ter; ! 




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i^pthe^iigiy ,asi>ec;t-of moderii, 

American life' plays a toge part: 

m v Al-^Smitk aW Bis Mi&i$cd± 
: by Gs^ar; Hahdlin; :(Atlanttc4lttle 

Browhj, ^3:50) ^^ihe vhltter- ranti^ 

^thpticishiv wbich" floursh^d ,;in> 1 
' #10 I9^prs ( :and is perhaps, hbfc yet 1 

dead; At least v Mf Handiin^e^ls: | 

'&Mt it,^;alphg;, with .an#SemM 

tism, ; iyould still; Operate tb. kiefr ; 

either a Catholic or a Jew'irom *■ 

tiie^resideiicy* - V :.; 

B^lt 1 ^;B!l^pjWof^his.:Baa:■:' 
;is bib^phicsil, ramer fian Me .- 
•demonstration of a ^es^and |ft 'u ^, jiiM , U1W , 4 „. .^^ u „^^ „ ,, w . 



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; to people whp. might jibt - other- 
wise xead Tsuch a, book t a iarge 
jpart bf:.th6;;hjstp^ of the pafet 
five %c.adei;. - \ ■ '., . r ■ ; ' 

f h*0 v E ijStr£fductpri essa*y if eh- 
6tled;^Wiib,,^ ?bur ^nerayr* 
(ramerthan;^hb^^^^ 
.•a^thp^Js^e^'ccncer^^ ^Kbvy^ 
thai; 'Communis, the^vorld ovef 
thi^viri iohgrMtxge" . terms,\. ahd- 
that t he^&e sure of eventhaljy 
rdirig.^gng^g:^ 1Mb jhis- .aspect 



gover^horj and fo the pinnacle^ of : 

his achieverriemV the 1928 #iesir 

y dentil i cpnte'st^ itt , sbine^ ^ l ^ 





, a;t _ NOT "RF^ORDED 

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March 28, 1958 







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r Itis^my opinion that .you 
couia^reiider. a great service 
to , our country if ;ybu could- 
obtain ^permission from J. 
Edgdt Hoover- to Sprint his 
bool pMasters- of 'Ijecaff -in 

- . £xm tsar* I M*m»* t M Mmm ! "ft L: 

a.sfnallidosage each day;, If 
it were done day by day an 
thfe best newspaper in the 
^orthwestplusHearstNews- 
papers- throughout, the Unit- 
ed' .States^ you, would react! 
-millions oJE people; , 
* The a v e;r a*g e American 
does: hot know rthese things 
and: they should. 

Please do rio\t use my 
name an any .manner,, form 
or otherwise* because' some, 
one-will think I am looking 
for publicity. , . 

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-National Review":. "Mr, John 
BXpakes is the internal se- 
cuftty^civil liberties expert of 
the 'New York Times.' . . . It 
is fitting that he should have 
been designated to review Mr. 
J Edgar Hbbverte new book, f 
■MTMfafrfl ■ of f ;ijf6cfeitt T he Story; 
orCommunlsmin America and/ 
How to Fight It.» 

"Mr. bakes had a dough as- * 
signment. If the' oook-rrWhich 
is an accountof the'history and 
»i power of organized Communism 
1 in America— had been written 
by Eugene Lyons- or Max East- 
man or James Burnhanu Mr. 
Oakes could have emitted jjn 
a& libminem gasp about t the 
evils of McCarthyism, and let 
it go. -But. Mr. Hoover is.a very 
difficult manvto throw tomatoes 
at, as anyone knows who has 
tried it. It istft that an FBI 
agent will -call oh; you at two 
in- the morning of the day after 
your criticism\is;made, -and drag 
you off to that' prison from 
which one writes letters to 
Bertrand Russell v . ... No, it's 
just that one ends; up feeling 
silly, and sort of -sheepish. Even 
a man Tvith the buoyant, irre- 
pressible impudence :of -Bernard 
De Vbto couldn't bring off an 
assault oh Mi?: Hoover. Alan 
Barthof the'Washihgton Post' 
had a go\at;it,- and the effect 
was that .of a teen-ager trying 
to impress^hte elders with a 
dirty joke; Even, Herblock, who 
probably whiles .away :his lei- 
sure 'hours by drawing -coarse 
* caricatures of \the angels jano> 
the-saintsi Jhas left, Mr. Hoover 




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•pi- ^he%iei$ij&' vA^^^'^^Uif^ji^^ 
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explanation?' i ' ; ;, \ ■*!,; , ? '" * : ~ 

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his^bpto **Master| pf 05iec.ei^'^iyii^i}. 
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,V^4^^e^ : lh%tn^§fcate ^pr^ati^apSHcanb. 
% :seekinff:Siate aid; Dld'/f hear 'anyone: 
r feay^at^^UMttriS'iciff^ti tfuyvyoteSr-4 

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M f> eifete'nce : f6i: many gear's, and those' 
4k% in existence vM end iip iher s&nie 
T .tih^briuhate; : '^ay ^iiriie'ss tftey are' 
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{, thVs.;preseri£^day£ X *eier to -ihe-'ia'ci", 
f thaV^e. ^inakdl; ^#toctofe,b| :#he> 
hOIty, bf! NeW Sbrfc, levies <a^tesLjtiscjQir 
fTaftvattWci^ie^ato pai^ of% 

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y; ;" ; ;' : '^D-, WEAKNESS' - ; ■ 

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<maii^. sectbr^^ptilibcpmmiihlsfe^ 
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v .f&f ■« iree pe'bplei * "Nevertheless '"the- ' 
' technological ?and industrial ;adyances 
"-' dfc^e'lk^ifefrtfpfoi^atidvthfe cbhin\tinist, 
* Jbibc^ ire- :bt>^6ua/- ,, A^w^r*i6bst' , 1 ^. 
' £umatt- lives" *nd material values lias 
^ \tfcis ■ progressives obtained? ^atdbe£ 

t people^ lli£*i&^^ \ 

! : %itiihbw-:u£t^^^ ' 

bv'gbin^on behind the I ^ron.purtatn; *Ijher 
I ' 4oih\ Anniversary of tfae Soviet revblu-* 
: .tibn could! be regarded as the/inOmeht , 
I ' "at which; individuals ^ttd pafiphs':'have 
j • ; Arrived' %fc* $& cbftciuslbri that cbmmu- 1 
r Slsm is imabje'to spiveyaiy :prpbliein», 
rahd-rls^ dobriiedi /The VEast^Geri^n;; 
i Poiishy Hungarian^ /cbininjinfeVChmesa 
1 * Ipbpular ie'voltsi aM ih&;mariy crii'siied^ 
1 ^pristogsinthe SoVlei^hibnitseii^re 
\ -grobf Of this iact. ^ v * ' , 

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!:V ■ ?/ : . : f ^u^lrp*iic>/v'" ,. -,. «/. "" ' : . ; , 

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I \Sobol takes^avstaddJ-hd condemns M- 

| moral jttkwid&A^iy'i^t^fe'iSi-' 
i tertaiher"s. Mis st£nd;oit;his" ip&n -has 
; .iibVgoiie urinbticed;v|t itees^gimi&ttto'l 
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&> ( Sori/ Brenfcariois JBook Storfts; 
&a&fi~&ent*t BooSL-Shop w 'HeiJhfc ; 
rco^ *£Arta's;; : FrapHs; spotr-Key ; 
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Mr. Bos 
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%o the Editor— It' iB'&iiaW^ ttiorals" aid*ethlc$ ;an&aW^eepl^; 
ius- niatter^ tbrthajr &4hat -atheists ^onc^riJed-iivftH^thfe 'Heeds* otinehf 
te Communists "without .^ualhl- W& 'tfi&tt have d^sUrpye^ W 
itibpi ■*& you iiave- done iti re- ^'once)6t 3D£^derri0crac^*«ahd^btte ,bi 
|brtii&'. l bh,. 3V Edgar. "Hooves -ite ^a'sic : ;Mfeeiple^»«ed6m ,oi 




^66kP 3\fastefs_ j> £ :L ^e'c§l ^»- ' - < religious;- ^tnought— lf,;^e assiim| 
: $Uere ^re>~ maijy people- • who* IIKat id- toe -loyaTrttf oriels 1 ,£ouhfty 
fcahriot.hdlieStlyJjeUeveiaQpia^ demands 'a belief in. God. Jtis'a, 
*sejb. forth, by. orthodox* iaiths^but. dangerous ,busihessV ,-tb , irisihuaieV, 

who' .do i?Dace their jfaith' in -the . that all ;atheist's.:are Communists* 
rf eal and\pofential w&rth ;b£'hiariV ^Atheism as- rsucli -ii ^bt/th'^ 
r 'TJtiey'^r>.la^,^BidJtog'p.§Qplte^tib* toWT?s - **""**•« ^ Tf, ° >***%*#** **> 



JBEs- concern. ; -It's concern" is> 
Aether or;, riot bhe^^rlbyal' •!£> 
lis country,, riot ^h£thef brmbtV 
ifi.e .believes iH the, ityeragb Ji.efl-^ 



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crati0%ay b* life; . \ * • ' ' „ * - *. 
^The word 1 ^atheist" is,^6H&ried 
-wordiibfteh^riiisuriderstbbd. Ma'fiy t 
a person lias* charged anpth'br as 
"Heinfe / Atheistic l?ecaus,e dtie does v 
"hbtbeUie've ah the , dentition -given- 
•by the afcctfeerV It. is the, false 
1 elief of sbtee that' tb^e atheistic v Nbrweib 
5 ; t$. deny fthe religious, valued \ r -k * 4c 

d 3|t§red' by; .organized' religious \ E&.Nbte-rJ. Edgar Hboverw 
v i lStitUtxohs. , ManjK people 1 , who - quoted' as- saying -that every ^bc 
denr^he existence of God; do ( ■ Cornjriurilsfc niust ib'e an^athjali 
^nevertheless, through-other; mbtt* ' ribt that" every atheist i£:£ Co? 
;vations ir :fitid yalue> in," religious^ Siunisfc ,-■ . ' * :* ' * ' "• ' " 



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Mr. Tolson 

Mr. Boardman 

Mr. Belmont 

Mr. Mohr 

Mr. Nease 

) Mr. Parsons 

Mr. Rosen 

< <Mr. Tamm 

Mr. Trotter 

Mr. Clayton 

Mr. Holloman 

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muhisia in 

America and 
1 How to Fight 
>W J. Edgarfl 

•Hoover; the* 

director -of 
i^thje-^FWd^ral 

Bur^u of Th- 
;y ; esii gk tiso Ti; Kmss ^^^ m ^ jtm 

exposes leyeiy ., Hbdver, . 
"?^ ct ^?^ Soviet ahti-SemitismV 
^?°^er- attacks the; claims* 
£M have * b e?* mad^ / 
*ave rari; affinity for \£omvl I G<R - />. V 2? 7 A 
^nmsm. mjiis ;hara*uhchlhg i S — — - Z, tSJL '* 

fvwm& i»d facts,, in m 

^2^^^ P s "Jusfc been, pufr 

ww? * y; ^nry.HCdlt ahd s C6J / 
><£?3 Madison, V.Y, 17), Hoover* * 
rshows how "some of. the kost; 
ref^tive: opposition* to .com- 
nanism in th$ t&iited -States 
;Jias come4rom Jewish? ovarii- 
/zations ., * >?' : . • * 

"V^%^^? cri ^ of colftmumsts 

claims, is Exposed in this Juiter- 

; esfang ahalysis>o£ ite iv masto& 

■?* .. deceit" ..©escribing, iom- 

gtmist' attack*: oh Judaism,, 

*Sebrew^;and Jewish .traditions, 

/the fc ?EBr„direcjtor states; ^Jiida-i 

iSnV cannot exi'si unless 7 Hebrew' 

£$ *M#£ st * thai rabbis' iahi 

|tudy ;the-tprah and fcdmudinl 

J«e- original jan^age in which; 

tne^r wrere ^writteh/? 'V 1 ' . ' - - 
,_;G9mffiunist Attacks >6yL Zion 

asnt.an^ I^i; also ; ;azeV ex- 
posed in th^Hodver ^sibfyi He' 

^ a ^^ a ^vsHehce- of thei : 

9 0V1 « lcaders»:oh Sjie^outbreaksT 

,o| ITazi .anteSemitish* cori£ 
pletely-- Enisled Eastern ^Eu- : 
f^SP^V * Je ^ ."*? *° the tteaf 
character of theisraz^thr^at and 
pence^ some 2;000,0(i0 fctissiajri 
jand ; Eastern Eurobea'n 5ews : 
lS a ^? n ,° attempt to escape the ; f 
i^azis^durjhg the>ariy months?? 
jof the ^Gei?mari ^nvaSion Sff 
gaussia: And even after the 1 
- Ff^ 2 ?, v pHslaueHti Jhere-was * 
|hqcking failure on the part ofj 
W e . Sovie ts to ^e Veali Naz i] 
g|rbcfcie5-Bgainst the -Jews'." J *f' 

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THE UNIVERSAL, ACCLAIM which has meted 
the publication of J. Edgar Hoover's study of Commu-" 
nism is an encouraging sign of our times. It is^ tribute 
to the deep esteem in which Mr. Hoover is*hdd by 
the nation to which he has dedicated a lifetime "of 
grim and untiring service. ^ 

IT IS ALSO A TESTIMONY to the fact thainJe 
are at long last awakening to the realization that in 
dealing with Communists, we are dealing with mas^ 
ters of deceit. The recognition of this fact is espe- 
cially timely/ We live amid a barrage of incessant 
and almost frantic Soviet pleas for summit conferences, 
cultural exchanges and disarmament agreements. 

IT SHOULD BE OBVIOUS by now that confer- 
ences, exchanges and agreements must assume mutual 
honesty as an irreducible base. Checking the record 
of broken agreements which Communist Russia has 
scattered along the pathway of history should dampen 
optimistic approaches to present proposals. The em- 
phasis should be on performance rather than words. 

HAPPILY, THIS POINT was made this week by 
Governor Averill Harriman of New York and Henry 
Cabot Lodge, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. 
Both raised the question of Hungary, with appropriate 
inquiries regarding the Soviet agreements to withdraw 

troops from that unfortunate country, to permit UN '^f^B^^^ff 1 ^- 
rewasmtfttives to enter it, and to reveal thefa±a-,of jj., wnamm sg 
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.. TO^ ROUND OUT a rather fruitful week of fact- 
facings we have Mike Todd, the local film produced, 
delivering himself of a few well-chosen* words on cul- 
tural film exchange, Russian translation. To Mr. .Todd, 
this spells simply propaganda. 

REGARDLESS OF MR. TODD'S status as a states- 
man or political analyst, he has impressed- us in the 
past as a shrewd and competent judge of the realitiea 
involved in mass communication. He went to Mssia 
to explore film exchange proposals. He came.,]j|pk to 
•say: "The USSR wants any American-made film that 
shows American life at its worst ... in mis scVcalled* 
cultural exchange, the Russians are real pros/' 

ALL IN ALL, WE WOULD say that things are 
looking better than they werer Or, to put it in an- 
other way, Soviet overtures are looking as they are. 
We may expect that the customary explanations will 
be made or implied. Mr. Hoover is a doddering alarm- 
ist; Mr. Harriman and Mr, Lodge are grinding political 
axes; Mr. Todd is trying to sell "Around the World" 

to the Russian government. • 

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Y£T STRANGE AS IS the'.cange of their respec- 
tive careers, the fact remains that each is & specialist 
in his own field and each has been in a position to 
probe the Communist mind/ Each in his own way is 
Jiftlphy tMi^eiiSSit^iaS^Itf te'becbnle more familiar 
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JACKSON, MICHIGAN 
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